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BOOK REVIEW: Ionut-Bogdan BERCEANU, Sisteme administrative emergente/ Emerging administrative systems

Cristina Elena Nicolescu
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Cristina Elena Nicolescu: National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA), Faculty of Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Law, Society & Organisations, 2020, issue 9 (2/2020), 103-105

Abstract: The book is able not only to present, with analytical rigorousness, the main theoretical aspects and elements presupposed by the study of the emergence in administrative systems, but it also offers a new approach within the specialty literature, which is relatively poor in approaches to social emergence and, even more, to administrative emergence. By using the concept of emergence as a characteristic of the administrative systems, it offers a viable alternative for public administration modernization, for the purpose of ensuring its sustainability and its actions in society. The book written by Ionuț – Bogdan Berceanu constitutes a significant contribution brought in the last years for understanding the complexity issues of the public administration system, a fact which recommends it as compulsory lecture for both the students and the scholars, in their activity of research, education and training.

Keywords: Emerging administrative systems; Emergence; European integration; Globalization; Europeanization (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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